June 29 to July 3, 2015 WIPO’s Page for the Meeting Iran’s Statement on the limitations and exceptions at WIPO SCCR 30 KEI intervention on education exceptions in SCCR 30 KEI intervention on preservation exceptions at WIPO SCCR 30 My… Continue Reading
The SCCR failed to adopt these recommendations. The dipcom in 2017 recommendations in Item 6 was too strong, and the exceptions recommendations for items 7 and 8 were too weak.
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Proposed Recommendations SCCR/30
Proposed Recommendation Agenda Item 6:
Attached is the document the chair distributed as the summary of the week long SCCR 30 meeting. Continue Reading
Today on the last day of the SCCR 30, under Agenda Item 9 “Other Matters” Congo-Brazzaville asked for the floor to propose that the WIPO Copyright and Related Right Committee start working on the Resale Right, a fundamental right for authors of graphic and plastic arts. This economical rights consists of a small percentage of the resale price that art market professionals pay to artists at each resale of their works be it in auction or in a gallery.
This was presented in the morning in the debate on education copyright exceptions.
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
KEI would like to comment on the proposals submitted by the African Group in relation to limitation on remedies for infringement contained in paragraph 22 on page 18 of the document. SCCR/26/4 PROV. DATE: APRIL 15, 2013
titled “Access to Educational Materials: Limitation on remedies for infringement.”
On Thursday, 2 July 2015, the United States of America presented the following intervention on preservation in the context of copyright limitations and exceptions for libraries and archives. The following statement was captured by the WIPO streamtext.
UNITED STATES: Thank you, Mr. Chairman. The United States is pleased to participate in the discussion of preservation, a very important topic for libraries and archives.
This was the KEI intervention at SCCR 30 on the topic of preservation exceptions for libraries and archives.
Preservation is obviously important for everyone, and archiving in general is both a local benefit and to some degree, a global public good.
We want works preserved, and copyright and trade negotiators to sort out the issues regarding access, which will often be context specific.
Every country’s copyright laws should have as a minimum an exception for preservation.
During WIPO’s discussions of copyright limitations and exceptions for libraries and archives at the 30th session of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR30, the Chair (Martin Moscoso) presented a non-paper, intended to guide discussions. Continue Reading
This is the prepared statement that Iran read on Wed, which was widely praised by access to known advocates.
Iran’s Statement on the limitations and exceptions
1 July 2015
The right to science, knowledge and culture is recognized in various basic human rights instruments, such as the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
July 1, 2015 2d Morning Session
The morning started and ended with the clear impression that there was no consensus on whether definitions are needed or not regarding broadcasting organizations or broadcasting itself. Still, Romania and the Central European States and Balkans group as well as the Russian Federation were calling for text-based work and were talking about “a road map to a diplomatic conference.”